Church member Nazareth Zurita said she saw the child “looking frail and weak” the day before the resurrection ceremony, according to a polic…
In opening statements, defense lawyer Garren Pedemonte said Monica shot the first victim in self-defense, and the second as a kind of mercy …
The panel of 12 jurors and 12 alternates was chosen Tuesday after more than two months of jury selection.
Pierre Barlee Collins, 33, is charged with second-degree murder in the death of his son, Barway.
U.S. District Judge Catherine Perry had put the execution on hold, saying Cole should not be put to death because of mental illness.
The House budget plan removes the governor’s major tax changes and creates a commission to review the proposed increases.
Statistics show that women on average earn 78 cents for every dollar a man in an equal position earns.
One person died and 25 others were injured in the crash on Interstate 80 near the Nevada state line, said Sgt. Todd Royce of the Utah Highwa…
Kenia Galeano said that the children are suffering after long periods of being held at the 500-bed facility in Karnes City.
Commander RaShall Brackney says police have cleared the area – including four row homes where police believe the shots may have originated.
The strike at the Ohio State Penitentiary in Youngstown began March 16 to draw attention to recreation and programming restrictions, includi…
Participants will rappel from the 17th story of the First National Bank Building.
Prosecutors say Brelo fired “kill shots” into the windshield of Timothy Russell’s car after other officers had stopped firing.
The man is accused of robbing a pet shop in East Lackawannock Township.
The business was a total loss, with damage estimated at $1 million.
The closures are part of the Ohio Turnpike’s base pavement replacement project.
Both remain free on bond.
Withrow remains free on $5700 bond and is scheduled to appear in court at a later date.
Police also reported finding a syringe in Divencenzo’s pocket.
Abraham Lincoln was shot to death by John Wilkes Booth on April 14, 1865.